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Virtual Reality Is Set To Become Completely Realistic By 2030

Virtual Reality

The world we live in today is different from the world we were living in yesterday because of the technological advancement that is developed every day, the world is facing a new age, a new reality as these technological advancements are used in helping humanity develop in a society that is advanced. One of these technological advancements that are rapidly changing the world into a better place is the virtual reality. To most people, it sounds strange because they are unaware of its benefits to the society that is why there needs to be a clarification of what virtual reality is and also its benefits to our society.

What is virtual reality?

Virtual Reality is an artificial environment which is experienced through sensory stimuli (as sights and sounds) provided by a computer and in which one’s actions partially determine what happens in the environment also the technology used to create or access a virtual reality. It is simply computer technology that simulates a real or imagined environment so that the user can interact with it as if physically present. Virtual reality is a fifth generation computer technology, and it consists of the virtual game world, virtual social world, and so on.

According to futurist, virtual reality is set to become completely realistic by 2030, and most people will be spending a significant amount of their time in virtual spaces.

What are the Benefits of Virtual Reality?

Training

In some sectors, Virtual Reality is used to train employees, especially in dangerous environments. For example, pilots use simulators in case they make a mistake, and aspiring doctors take advantage of virtual reality to avoid medical accidents, Pilots landing a plane and fire-fighters prepping before their first fire. This is immersive learning at its most powerful. Immersive learning will lessen the difference between rookies and veterans in many professions. These practices will only expand to other sectors in the future, and in the event of traumatic on-the-job experiences, Virtual Reality can provide a means of therapy.

Conferencing

Just like using Skype for Business on steroids. Virtual reality has the potential to bring digital workers together in digital meetings and conferences. There will be real-time event coverage, for example, having live business meetings with Virtual Reality. Despite being miles away, the virtual reality can enable you to feel as if you are in the same room with the people you’re having a meeting with instead of just seeing the other person on a screen. With the rise of the freelancer economy, virtual meetings may become the norm rather than the exception.

Convenience

Virtual Reality can make work very convenient by saving organizations time and money. The trouble to travel long distance carry out decision making will be eliminated as workers won’t have to travel to make decisions and complete projects. For example, architects from across the globe can use virtual reality to evaluate designs. It also opens the door for a virtual marketplace, where shoppers can try on garments and can see what that they want to purchase from afar.

Redefines Gaming and Movie Experience

The use of Virtual Reality in gaming field allows players to take action by physically moving their body. Either in the game of wrestling or a first-person shooter, VR technology has made gaming more exciting and immersive than ever before.

More Interactive Education

Virtual Reality can take interactive learning to the next level by making it even easier to understand things. It stimulate learning by leaving deeper impressions on the student’s mind by showing them how things work instead of reading them. It helps in understanding new concept and make education more useful.

Medical Application

There is a new therapy in the medical field – virtual reality therapy. As depression and anxiety have largely remained untreated so far, but VR technology is expected to open new ways and opportunities in this field to find better treatments. It can also use for fighting or treat [PTSD ] Post-traumatic stress disorder.

Virtual Reality Offers Safety

Whatever application that virtual reality puts to use, VR helps provide safety. Either it’s simulation, training or any other application, all model can be handled safely without putting the users at any risk. For example, firefighters can train in dealing with hazardous situations in virtual reality environment without any risk of burns or injuries.

Virtual Reality Is More Memorable Overall

Many experts contend that the memory retention of subjects after viewing video- or text- based learning materials. The idea is simple: as presence and emotional responsiveness increases, memory retention also improves. Research from S.A Christianson concurs that stronger an emotional reaction to a stimulus, the stronger the memory will be.

Repeatable, Controlled Exposure to Emotional, Stressful Situations

Another powerful important of  VR  that our emotional and physiological response to stimuli in virtual reality is closer to what we would experience in real life situations. During a virtual reality experience, patients can repeatedly exposed to a stressful stimulus in safe conditions. As the time passes, this sort of experience reduces the stress or fear response to that stimulus.

Isolation from Distraction

A smaller, less researched attribute of VR training is the isolation and freedom from distraction that headsets provide. This isolation is less about being trapped inside headset and more about the increased engagement offered by VR. By providing a sensory-rich VR experience via a headset, though, it is more likely to maintain engagement with the content as long as comfort levels remain high.

Save on Cost

Using Virtual Reality, skills2learn  has helped many clients save money and materials such as copper piping and solder flux. There is no substitute for the real hands-on training but this solution goes a long way towards giving learners the knowledge and preparing them for real life situation.

Complex Situation Made Easy

Complicated pieces of equipment, process or systems can be recreated using number of techniques. This form of e-learning allows users to learn about mechanisms and processes that would be physically or logistically difficult to do so in other conditions.

Virtual reality has contributed immensely to the development of the technologically advanced society we live in. If we continue to explore deeper into its benefits, it will become useful to every sector in the society making it more technologically advanced.


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